This is the name my husband dubbed my little drop waist skirt when he saw it today. Traditional because of the classic school girl wool, and rad because I can't leave well enough alone, and added red polka dots! I've been messing about in my work room deciding on what to do for cold weather. Not always easy when I am amongst a sea of cottons. So, after looking at the forlorn wool pieces at the bottom of my cubbies, I decided to let them see the light. This is a one of a kind skirt for little girls. The wool used is from the Dorr Mill Store in Newport, NH. A fabulous source for 100% wool fabric. This is my second attempt at my own drop waist pattern, and I really like the two layers on the skirt. I also added some vintage trim to the seam, and threaded this unbelievable yellow green ribbon for the pop of color I wanted. It can be removed, but why would you want to!